It is but natural that failure to achieve result brings despondency. Sometimes, we need to start afresh and become demoralized to do the same activity again. But who has not tasted the bitter taste of failure? Further, to achieve success is a laudable affair, but to repeat the same mistake is unpardonable.
“He who stumbles twice on the same stone deserves to break his neck.” If you learn from your failure and
We all know error causes mistakes. Some of these mistakes may be of serious nature which can put you in financial losses. Say, your factory workers call for a strike. Instead of making settlement amicably, you exert authoritative power, call police forces that arrest your workers, torture them and humiliate them. This may enrage your workforce who then damages your factory assets and ultimately you have to call for a closure of your factory. Your one mistake brings colossal losses. Sometimes, the error dominates you so much that you forget everything.
Here, your mindset is to be propelled in the right direction. You have to unlimit yourself using mental energy. We all have mental power which God has given us. But, how much we use in reality? It is seen that most of the people use ten percent and very few
Why? The reason is; we are not able to blossom our potential fully. We are not aware of our inner strength. We fail to kindle our power of mental energy. We always clamp down upon ourselves with self-imposed limitations.
After repeated failures, we become pessimistic and put ourselves into the slough of limitations. We conclude that further try is not going to yield any positive result. This mental frame of limitation causes our enthusiasm to die and we live with limitation. A person then tells himself, “There is no point of trying further, I cannot go beyond this.” At that point in time, he faces the greater tragedy of life and settles for the one which he has already obtained.
He consoles himself, “This is what I am, let me be content.” Some people may even say, “By God grace, I have come to this point, beyond this, I should not move.” It is not
To create a mind to look for abundance, you always look for “nothing is impossible.” Every one of us faces difficulties, hardship, pain, troubles, but if we ponder always on the bad outcome imposing self-limitations, the ultimate result will be negative only.
The concept of “Everything is possible” is to be brought to transcend the fear of limitations to get the abundance. Despite losing his legs to a landmine in Vietnam, Bob Wieland became a champion weight lifter, marathon runner, tri-athlete, motivational speaker and television actor. He suppressed the fact of limitation of no legs; he was an outspoken advocate for all those people who were destitute, poor, shelterless and hungry.
If a man can perform